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Member since Oct-05-03 · Last seen Jan-10-15
Im 27, I discovered chess 3 years ago, very enjoyable game if I win, unbearable if I lose. You can find me playing at over time

   jkiipli has kibitzed 212 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-08-14 Caruana vs Mamedyarov, 2014 (replies)
jkiipli: In my previous comment I maybe was a bit critical of Caruana's play in general, nevertheless I liked how he defended without faltering, can't cay anything bad about this.
   Nov-08-13 Anand - Carlsen World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
jkiipli: <where Anand beats him by +6 -3 =20!!!> Dont try to rub me those numbers under the nose, these include games from the past, when Carlsen rating was something like 26xx. They are players from different generations.
   Mar-30-13 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2013 (replies)
jkiipli: what if 35.c4 bxc and 36.g4, then black cannot stop queening or am I missing smthng? if 35...Bf5 or 35..Kf8 then 36.cxb
   Mar-25-13 O Bender vs D Benge, 1962 (replies)
jkiipli: <keypusher> yea I'm obviously getting a bit more sober now
   Oct-31-12 Z Necesany vs V Zagorovsky, 1972 (replies)
jkiipli: <Abdel Irada: <Infohunter: I am tempted ... which is written in Estonian long algebraic....> Ah, yes. And then I could reply with some analysis in Arabic algebraic ...> Go ahead, I can understand both, by the way "algebra" is an arabic word by origin, meaning ...
   Mar-12-11 Dvoirys vs S Poliantsev, 1987 (replies)
jkiipli: <DWINS> After 18...Rc6 it is different. Now it is white to move and it seems he has to move his knight away from defending position.
   Feb-17-11 U Boensch vs K Litkiewicz, 1974 (replies)
jkiipli: That was easy, got the idea instantly and the moves are all forcing. I'm usually not that good, so it must be easy.
   Mar-23-08 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
jkiipli: 30. g3 h5 31. Ke2 h4 32. Kf3 h3 33. Kg4 Bg1 34. Kxh3 Bxf2 35. Bd2! In order to trap the bishop, the key move for white is to move bishop to d2 square after black has taken on f2. This will cut away the escape route through the e1 scuare, but this happens many moves after Bxh2, it is
   Feb-05-08 E Kuzmenko vs I Krush, 2008 (replies)
jkiipli: 24.Qxa3 loses to 24..Rxc3+ 25.Kb2 Re2+!
   Jan-25-08 Corus Group A (2008) (replies)
jkiipli: maybe Rc1 enables Carlsen to gain tempo to get rook to h3 by playing Rc3-Rh3, just quessing...
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